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Spring Quarter 2008 12:00 1:05 MTWTh Rm CC 3457
Instructor: Nancy Goodisman
Office: IB 2423C #2
Office hours: 1:15 3:00 pm TTh
Email: HYPERLINK "mailto:ngoodisman@sccd.ctc.edu" ngoodisman@sccd.ctc.edu (Use Math 117 on subject line.)
Phone: 206-353-1629
Required Course Materials
Text: Introductory Mathematical Analysis, 11th Ed., by Haeussler, Paul, & Wood
Pencils, Paper with no fringed edges, Graph Paper, Ruler, Stapler
Graphing Calculator (TI 83 or TI 84 recommended)
For rental, pay $5 to Cashier and bring receipt to Science Division Office
Course Content
Math 117 is a one quarter survey course of the main topics of calculus, with emphasis in business and economics applications. Topics include limits and continuity, the derivative, indefinite and definite integrals, the fundamental theorem of calculus, and many applications of these mathematical concepts, as well as the use of graphs to illustrate these topics and understand their geometric interpretations. The course will cover Chapters 10 14 and part of 15 in the textbook. Emphasis will be on applications and problem solving.
Homework
To get the most out of classroom presentations, preview the upcoming text sections, then, after we go over each section in class, work the assigned problems as soon as possible. Plan your schedule to do some math homework every day. Homework will include text problems and handouts. For all homework problems, show steps and check the answers which are available in your text and at the Math Learning Center. Write the section and number of any homework problem for which you have questions on the whiteboard at the beginning of class, so that we can discuss them as a group. Mark in red any problems on which questions remain. Homework will be turned in before class starts on quiz days. Sections must be clearly labeled and in chronological order. Staple any loose pages. You will get partial credit for partially completed work, but late homework will not be accepted. Homework will be graded for effort rather than correctness. Copied solutions from the answer books will receive the least credit.
These are the requirements for homework assignments:
Use standard-size (8 x 11) paper with no torn or fringed edges.
Put your name on the first page and the text section number on each page in a place where it is clearly visible (not behind the staple).
Use a pencil. Homework must be neat and free of scribbles.
If there is more than one page, staple them together IN ORDER.
ALWAYS show your problem-solving steps clearly.
Answer word problems with a complete sentence.
Use a straight edge and graph paper when drawing graphs. Carefully label the axes and show the scale.
In-class Group Work
Since active participation increases your learning, be prepared to work practice problems in class, participate in class discussions and share your insights or questions. There will be 20 points given for positive class participation throughout the quarter. You will be expected to attend every class barring illness or emergencies. Pease plan to arrive at least 5 minutes before class starts so you can be in your seat and ready to start at 12 oclock.
In class group assignments worth 10 points will be given periodically to reinforce new concepts and math skills. All students in the group must turn in their own individual papers; however, since I will grade only one paper from each group, you must work together and make sure each one in your group has complete and correct answers. Group work will not necessarily be announced ahead of time. You must be in class to receive credit on the group work.
Quizzes and Exams
3 tests, 100 points each
1 final, 100 points
7 quizzes, 20 points each for the best 5 quizzes
Make-ups
In general, there will be no make-ups on quizzes or tests without prior arrangements. The test grade for a missed test will be 0. A test score can be improved in the following way: your percentage on the related section of the final will be substituted for 1 test if it is higher than your original score. If more than one test is missed, the additional missed test grade will be 0. For quizzes, homework and group work, the two lowest scores on each will be dropped to allow for illness or other unavoidable lapses.
Statement on Plagiarism
On homework and group work, you are encouraged to work together, but tests and quizzes must be your individual work. If work on two or more quiz or test papers is identical, both papers will receive a zero grade. Looking at another students paper or sharing calculators is also not allowed.
Grading
Your grade will be based on the percentage given by the total points earned on homework, group work, quizzes, tests, and final, divided by the total possible. See below for conversion of percents to decimal grades.
95-100% 4.0 89% 3.4 79% 2.4 69% 1.4
94% 3.9 88% 3.3 78% 2.3 68% 1.3
A 93% 3.8 B . C . D .
92% 3.7 85% 3.0 75% 2.0 .
91% 3.6 . . 60-62% 0.7
90% 3.5 80% 2.5 70% 1.5 below 60% 0.0
Attendance
It is vital that you arrive on time and ready to participate every class period. Please remember to bring paper and a pencil to each class. We have a lot of material to get through, so every class period is importantyou dont want to miss class! If you must miss class, you are responsible for all missed material, assignments, and announcements. If you know you need to miss class for some reason, it is a good idea to talk to me or send me an email as soon as possible. It is also a good idea to have a study partner in the class from whom you can get information in case of unavoidable absences.
Emergency Closures
If school is closed because of bad weather or another emergency, we will continue where we left off when it opens again. If school is closed on an exam or quiz day, the exam or quiz will be given the day that class resumes.
Electronic Devices
Please turn off and put away all cell phones, pagers, iPods, and other electronic devices during class time.
Tips for Success
Set aside at least two hours each day to study math. Be sure to study every day, rather than trying to catch up on a weeks worth of work in one day! You dont want to get behind!
Get to know people in the class and work together on homework and quiz or exam review.
Read the book! Read a chapter once before we discuss it in class, and again when you begin your homework. I may assign problems beyond what we have time for in class, and this will require reading the book!
Be sure you understand all of the homework problems. Ask questions about them in class (well take time for this each day). Do extra problems from the book for more practice.
Dont get too dependent on your calculator!
Take good notes and work through examples with me in class. Ask questions in class when a step isnt clear. If youre not comfortable asking in class, try to catch me right after class while its still fresh in your mind. Please dont ask your neighbor.
If you start to feel overwhelmed or behind, come and see me right away! Im happy to go over things in my office hours, and its most effective when we can address any confusion as soon as it starts.
One of the most important things you can do this quarter is communicate with me! Ask questions, visit my office hours, and try to let me know ahead of time if you have to miss class one day. I really want you to succeed, and Ill do what I can to help, but it really works better when you are willing to ask for it!
**This syllabus is subject to change.**
STUDY SCHEDULE: This is the plan, and it is subject to revision. If you miss a class, make sure to check with a classmate or with me to find out what you missed and what is due the next day. Our actual schedule will depend on what we actually accomplish in class each day.
WEEK OFMONDAYTUESDAYWEDNESDAYTHURSDAY3/31Introduction
10.1
10.1, 10.210.2, 10.310.44/7Quiz 1
11.1
11.1
11.211.34/14Quiz 2
11.4
11.4, 11.511.5Quiz 3
Review
4/21Test 1
Exponential fns. and e, LogarithmsIntro to slopes of exponential and log fns.12.1, 12.24/2812.2, 12.3
12.312.4Quiz 4
12.75/513.1
13.2, 13.313.3, 13.413.4, 13.65/1214.1
Quiz 5
ReviewTest 214.25/1914.3
14.414.6Quiz 6
14.75/26No Class
Memorial Day14.7
14.9, 14.1014.116/215.4
Quiz 7
ReviewTest 36/9ReviewLast Class
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